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Guinea pig meat improves food security in war-torn Congo

Action Against Hunger International (ACF) workers get local residents' fingerprints before distributing guinea pigs as part of a food security program in Congo.
Action Against Hunger International (ACF) workers get local residents' fingerprints before distributing guinea pigs as part of a food security program in Congo.Stringer / Reuters
Stringer / Reuters
Action Against Hunger International (ACF) workers get local residents' fingerprints before distributing guinea pigs as part of a food security program in Congo.
Action Against Hunger International (ACF) workers get local residents' fingerprints before distributing guinea pigs as part of a food security program in Congo.Stringer / Reuters

Action Against Hunger International (ACF) workers distribute guinea pigs to community members as part of a food security program in Karete, Congo, Feb. 19, 2013. Over 500 guinea pigs were distributed to the locals by the non-profit organization that focuses their programs and activities in the field mainly on nutrition and prevention of malnutrition.

Workers prepare guinea pigs before distribution of the animals to the community of Karet.Reuters